The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) recognizes Ohio Willow Wood as a Bronze Sponsor for 2010. The Bronze Sponsorship represents a financial commitment of $10,000 to the ACA for its programs and activities.
“Once again, we thank Ohio Willow Wood for their loyal leadership. Our organizations share a number of goals and projects that are dedicated to ensuring those with limb loss live productive lives,” Kendra Calhoun, president and chief executive officer of the ACA, stated in a press release. “We also thank Ohio Willow Wood for their support of the Amputee Coalition of America’s Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp. Their contribution and employees have played significant roles in helping our camp thrive and grow.”
Ohio Willow Wood has supported the ACA’s programs since 1997. The company has specifically supported the ACA’s youth programs and initiatives for the past 7 years.
“Ohio Willow Wood’s vision to help amputees level the playing field complements the mission of the Amputee Coalition of America,” Lisa Watkins, communications coordinator at Ohio Willow Wood, stated in the release. “By partnering with the ACA, the goals of both organizations are more attainable and that ultimately benefits individuals affected by limb loss in leading functionally normal lifestyles.”